Authors for #ClimateVisionaries project

Min Jin Lee on our Climate in Crisis

A Book Recommendation for the #ClimateVisionaries Artists' Project for Greenpeace

by Min Jin Lee

Can we eradicate ecodespair? With knowledge, context, and applicable insight, yes, absolutely.

Min Jin Lee, Author and contributor to our #ClimateVisionaries Artists' Project

inconspicuous consumption by Tatiana Schlossberg

 

 

“How many chances do we get each day to make a meaningful difference for Earth?

Plenty, says environmental writer Tatiana Schlossberg. Can we eradicate ecodespair? With knowledge, context, and applicable insight, yes, absolutely. Moreover, as thoughtful citizens we can begin to reverse ecodystopia to utopia.

Inconspicuous Consumption is smart, funny, and helpful, and this is everything because our Earth deserves our full attention.”

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As we begin this critical new year in the fight against climate change, Greenpeace is giving over space on our channels to authors and artists working within the climate crisis. Acclaimed author Lauren Groff prompted artists and thinkers to write essays and art about climate change for us, and so every day this month we’ll have a new piece from that project that addresses, in some form, what it means to create in the midst of this crisis. The forces fueling climate change have the most powerful networks in history pumping out their devastating propaganda at unimaginable scale. It’s going to take everything we have from all of us – imagination equal to the task – to create the climate we’ll need to stop the crisis.

We need these voices and these visions, but they won’t be enough. We need you, too. We encourage you to check back on the Climate Visionaries Artists’ Project every day to see what’s new, and to join the conversation by sharing your work on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram and tagging it #ClimateVisionaries.


Min Jin Lee

By Min Jin Lee

Min Jin Lee is the author of Free Food for Millionaires and Pachinko, a Finalist for the National Book Award. She is the recipient of fiction fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Radcliffe Institute of Advanced Study at Harvard, and the New York Foundation for the Arts.

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